Dir. Andrew Motte
An experimental odyssey featuring some of the beautiful and bizarre creatures of the Arizona desert. This film asks audiences to question the relevance of the term "wild" amidst human development in the southwest.
Andrew Motte is a twenty five year old filmmaker from New York. He currently resides in Bozeman, MT, where he is studying in the Science and Natural History Filmmaking Program at Montana State University. Andrew has covered a wide array of topics in his films, including orca whale conservation, ICE detention centers, and habitat destruction along America’s southern border. His work has been featured in the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, and the Earth Port Film Festival.